Tag Archives: painting

Going through a nude phase

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Abstract nude by Claire Shotter

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“Waiting for a train” by Claire Shotter.

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“In hindsight” by Claire Shotter

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“More fish please” by Claire Shotter

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“Lost in Catterick” by Claire Shotter

 

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Please come see some of my other new paintings on my website: www.claireshotterart.com

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Meet the family

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As extra Christmas presents this year, I painted some portraits:

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My daughter Harry, who dressed up as Harley Quinn on Halloween for her job as a pole and hoop fitness instructor.

 

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One of the things I love about having kids is that, no matter what we’re doing, we always have fun. This is me and my daughter sat in a sand pit with a coffee at Brymor Ice Cream Parlour in Wensleydale. The little redhead at my feet is my eldest grandchild, Dylan.

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Claire Shotter on eBay UK

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It’s our 30th wedding anniversary today. We celebrated it at the Cattlemen’s Association in Harrogate with a couple of T-bones that looked as though they should be in The Flintstones.

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Dirty Palettes

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Great sadness arrived in a box from my artists materials suppliers the other day: New palettes. For the past 6 years, I’ve been trading under the username “dirty_palettes” on eBay because, in all that time, I have never once cleaned them. But, dog hairs embedded in the thick layers upon layers of dried paint around their edges and a fair share of dust had begun to hinder my progress. As I can’t bring myself to throw them away, the palettes are to be hung on my studio wall, complete with dried paint, dog hair and dust, as a very happy memory.

Will be sadly missed

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